We've been in a few branches of the Tilted Kilt, and remembered it fondly for reasonably-priced drinks, and better than average bar food. Having found surprisingly few bars in the centre of Chicago, we were glad to come across this place early on. The food was in fact still very good - great burgers and sandwiches, and anything else I saw coming out of the kitchen looked pretty appetising. The selection of beer was good, but it's tough to get a pint of anything remotely 'ordinary'. If craft-brewed orange-zest-infused catchily-named ale is not your thing, you'll struggle. In fairness, this is true of anywhere in Chicago. We found the prices a little on the high side, which is again possibly down to location but the other branches we've visited all have frequent offers that make up for this. I didn't see any here. Atmosphere seemed a bit unusual - as it's in an office building up an escalator, but nothing to complain about. The staff uniforms, (which many customers may regard as the main attraction!) remain the same.
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